Award

Barry receives a special Rotary Award


As a result of his enormous enthusiasm and commitment to Rotary, member Barry Mercer was awarded the organisation's highest award - the Paul Harris Fellowship - by President Chris Forkan at a recent Guest Night.

Barry has been treasurer of the Club for many years and and has introduced and encouraged very successful ideas for raising money for local and International charities.

The photo records Barry on the left receiving the award from Club President Chris Forkan.

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